Fall Festival, Soup & Sermon, More – Loveland Reporter-Herald


News of what is happening in churches in Loveland includes a fall festival, soup and sermon, as well as a call for artisans.

St. John’s plans fall festival October 9-10

The annual fall festival will be held from 10 am to 6 pm on Saturday, October 9 and from 8 am to 2 pm on Sunday, October 10 at St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church, 1730 W. 12th St., Loveland.

The Catholic Women’s Council event will feature sales of crafts, plants, jewelry, baked goods, and lightly used items, as well as a snack bar and barbecue sandwich sales after 11am on Tuesday. two days and burritos for breakfast on Sunday morning.

Tickets for the gift baskets cost $ 1 each or six for $ 5.

Everyone is welcome.

For details, call 970-667-3802.

First Baptist Church delivers soup, sermon

With the shift to fall comes a shift to larger, hotter foods – like soup, and Pastor Brian Keithline’s Sunday Sermon at First Baptist Church will be “Soup,” based on Psalm 90: 12-17 and Hebrews 4: 12-16.

The service, at 9:30 a.m. on Sunday, October 10, will combine music and words to celebrate how God has brought us to this point in our life journey.

A potluck soup lunch will follow immediately after the worship service. Gather around tables to enjoy favorite soups. Everyone is welcome.

First Baptist Church is located at 1003 W. Sixth St., Loveland.

For details, call 970-667-4418 or visit fbcloveland.org.

Trinity United Methodist Church seeks craft exhibit vendors

Loveland Trinity United Methodist Church is holding its annual 9 am to 2 pm craft show on Saturday, October 30 at 801 N. Cleveland, Loveland.

There is still room for vendors, with tables available for $ 25 to $ 40. The profits are donated to local charities.

To register or for any information, contact Cathy at 970-613-1099.

Calendar of faith

Churches in the Loveland area that have reached out with news or information on how people can access services include:

Campion Seventh-day Adventist Church Services begin at 9 am and 11:30 am on Saturdays, 300 42nd St. SW, Loveland. Bible study classes will meet at 10:20 am-11:20 am. Masks are mandatory. A new theme for services to November 20 will be paid on “My Heart”. For more information, call 970-667-7403.

Fall family carnivalSaturday, Oct. 16, 9 a.m. to noon at Faith Church, 2707 N. Wilson Ave., Loveland. Have fun with the family with carnival-style games and stalls, popcorn, candy, and raffles. Everyone is welcome. Contact Adam Bohlmeyer at 970-663-0522 or [email protected] or visit facebook.com/events/384041933324155.

Namaqua Unitary Universalist Congregation, which usually meets at 745 W. Fifth St., Loveland, will be holding a service via Zoom at 10 am on Sunday, October 10. Reverend Laurel Liefert and Ministerial Intern Clare Hamoor will lead “Justice Flows Like Water,” a watch Martin Luther King Jr. – man, prophet and his legacy on the journey to righteousness. Visit namaquauu.org for more details.

Lutheran Church of the Trinity, 3333 N. Duffield Ave., Loveland, offers indoor services at 9 a.m. on the second and fourth Sunday of the month, and outdoor services on the first and third Sunday of each month on the church lawn. Masks required for indoor services, but not for outdoor services. A registered service can also be found at trinityloveland.org. Call 970-667-5700.

Trinity United Methodist Church is holding Sunday services at 10 a.m. at First United Methodist Church, 533 N. Grant Ave., Loveland for the foreseeable future due to a recent pipe leak that flooded the church building. The service will also stream live on Facebook and YouTube at 10 a.m., with a replay at 5 p.m. on YouTube. Call 970-667-4381 or visit tumc-loveland.org.

Women in speech meet at Faith Church, 2707 N. Wilson Avenue, Loveland. Participants in the interfaith Bible study will study the book of Acts. Small groups during the day and in the evening are offered on Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday. Children in the Word, for ages 6 to 6, also available. Pre-register at Faithepc.org/witw or call 970-663-0522.

This column is open to area Loveland churches and religious groups. Email [email protected] by Wednesday for inclusion in Faith Briefs, which will take place on Fridays when there is something new to share.


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